Islands are a diverse and fascinating type of landform. This easy-to-follow narrative takes readers from the island-building volcanoes of the Pacific to the ice sheets of the world's largest island. Using simple language and key science vocabulary, the text illuminates subjects that young scientists wonder about. How do islands form? How does life occur on islands? What impact do people have on islands? Readers learn about amazing animals that flourish on islands, as well as measures taken to protect them. Color photographs, fun facts, and a hands-on activity shine a light on these unique geographical features.
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